I have seen a few questions lately on price………. so I feel I need to give you all a wee explanation on our prices, I thought long and hard about how I was going to set up the pricing but ultimately, I wanted to give you the best value for money.
So it doesn’t get lost on a post I am going to keep this up as a blog for you all 😊
In all honestly, I did think about selling our nappies cheaper without the inserts, which would be available to buy separately (and probably would have made better business sense). But for me, it was about giving you the best bang for your buck, making it really easy with our ‘this is all you need’ approach.
If you don’t know already, our nappies come with everything you need from birth to toilet training, meaning you won’t need to buy different inserts along the way (unless you older toddler needs a booster for overnight found here). They come with two super thirsty 6 layer bamboo towelling inserts…..one smaller one for the early days while using the small setting on the nappy, moving to the longer insert once bubs gets bigger, and it is likely you will stay with the longer one until around 12 months. After 12 months you can boost with the smaller insert using both until toilet training. Liam is now just over 2 and both inserts last us 4hrs easily, he’s a moderate wetter.
So here comes the money part, while $32.50 for our solo nappy might seem like a lot on the face of it, if you actually compare with like for like bamboo inserts they are very comparable to what is available, if not cheaper. Not only this but when you buy in bulk our nappies come right down to $25.00, making them a really affordable premium brand. For those of your who do better with a visual breakdown, I have priced per nappy with each of the value pack
|Total Cost||Cost per Nappy||Cost using Voucher|
*Trial pack includes a $30 voucher, one per customer*
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This deals with how I priced them as a business, but I also want to address the supplier. As you all know from our where it all began blog, you will know it took a long ass time to find a supplier. The reason we cannot sell our nappies for $13 or so is because it costs more than that just have them made, let alone shipped here & all the other costs associated. Yes, the lovely people who hand sew your nappies are paid well, and are in good working conditions. Now this might not be an issue for some, but it is for me, handing over my design to someone was no easy task and I had a lot of boxes they needed to tick, paying their staff well was high on the list.
I hope this provides some clarity around pricing and as always any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.